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This is a Doom2 port of Tom Neff's great Doom1 deathmatch level Pueblo. I tried to keep the flavor of the original. All the custom textures used in Pueblo2 were created by Tom for the orginal Pueblo level. The general layout of the level is also Tom's from the original.

The changes I made were to increase the flow during gameplay, and to add some sounds. The changes include: - Adding creaking door sound. - Added music (Nine Inch Nails) - Added new weapon sounds for chaingun and rocket launcher. - Added Arnold's T2 commentary during some events. - Widened all areas so that it wasn't so constrictive except the outside area which I cut down by a third. - Added teleporters so that game flow would increase, and to eliminate players from "Holeing up" in the back room. - Eliminated one hallway and set of doors, again to increase the speed of the game. - Fixed a minor bug which allowed rockets and plasma to be swallowed up by the outside wall in the courtyard area.

The results are that there are no safe cubby holes in this level. It's either hunt or be hunted. This level is intense, especially with 4 players, but not so ridiculous that all you have to do is fire a spread in ordinance in a general direction to get a kill like so many levels are popular for.

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    • By SeanLeal · Posted
      Dear Doomkid,

      I was involved in the design and play-test of each of these levels. Please know these were created from *scratch* and we spent our time making sure the levels were as playable as possible. We were not terribly focused on texturing, other than to give players positional awareness in different parts of each arena.

      Map 6 -- Offices of Death -- Was intentionally designed to be as accurate a representation of the office we worked in as possible. Admittedly, playability was taken as a second priority. We did manage to create working "elevators" and "stairs" to give the illusion you were going up and down floors. I was pretty happy with how we did.

      Considering it was 1996, and no way to simply "Google" different ideas. Your best bet at the time was to jump onto the Usenet and hope you could find a decent board with active members. Other than that, it was pretty much all self-taught.

      I'm glad you enjoyed the other levels. Yes, they are old-school, big arena, style. We spent a LOT of time trying to make sure they were as balanced as possible, with escape routes, and required risks for rewards.
    • By Summer Deep · Posted
      Excellent stuff for the mid-1990s. Lots of action, good layouts, pretty challenging on UV.    9/10
    • By Meril · Posted
      For 1995 design is ok. But is VERY short. 3 min in slow pace.  Map is easy af.
    • By Meril · Posted
      Square rooms, no details, ugly. Secrets aren't flagged as secret. Only for crappy-wad-lovers.
    • By Meril · Posted
      For 1995, not bad. Some ideas, are really cool, but they're mixed with dumb things. Texture misalignments are common. Overall I had nice time with this.